WINWORD.EXE is not a Valid Win32 application



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WINWORD.EXE is not a Valid Win32 application

Postby Edwin T. Pineda » Sun, 05 Oct 2003 18:14:57 GMT

im having a problem getting inside Word97 everytime i try 
it, i get this errorr message:C:\Program Files\Microsoft 
Office\Office\WINDWORD.EXE is not Valid Win32 application

Re: WINWORD.EXE is not a Valid Win32 application

Postby Mike Williams [MVP] » Sun, 05 Oct 2003 19:34:01 GMT

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